Nice to meet you again Encode.ru group!
I just have an other question, in case there have been placed here so many compression and archiver programs/algorithms for a long time and there are so clever and helpful programers and top-coders, and I hope my question doesn't take so much space...
Also, I'm still Googling on the net, but I haven't found yet, what I want.
So the problem : I'm interested in, which is the compressor, that - NOT speaking about it's ratio - have ever been publicated with the smallest EXE/COM size?
So I mean the COMPRESSOR-APP'S SIZE, not the compressed data's size.
I think there sould be some special compressor application written in assembly somewhere... once a long time ago I found an article, which mentioned an assembly-written program, about 90-100 byte, that could find "zero-blocks", I mean parts in the file with more than two 0 next to each other, and write them down shorter.
Anyway, I don't want such a small (and less efficient) compressor like that - but sounds interesting -, but an EXE size about some kbytes (under ten) would be perfect.
Does anyone know (Win32 command-line) compressors like that ???